Eugenie in tears as she looks at publics tributes to the Queen outside Balmoral

This is the poignant moment Princess Eugenie gets emotional when she joined members of the Royal Family to have a look at tributes left the public.

The Queen's children – Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward – and her grandchildren made their first public appearance following the death of Her Majesty.

Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, led the Royal Family down the road outside Balmoral after a prayer service at Crathie Kirk on Saturday afternoon.

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Granddaughters Princess Eugenie and Zara Tindall in particular were seen getting very emotional as they headed outside the Balmoral Castle gates to have a look at the flowers and cards after attending a private prayer service.

Princess Anne and Prince Andrew took a closer look to read some of the cards before proceeding to the entrance.

The Royal Family then turned to the public and thanked them for the tributes.

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